No Wall Flower
67 Highland Park Village. 972-863-8361.
Though she’s known for her statement jewelry and headbands, Dallas-based accessories queen Lele Sadoughi insists, “Accessorizing doesn’t have to be limited to your body.” To wit, she has released a line of peel-and-stick wallpapers in collaboration with Nu Wallpapers. Inspired by some of Sadoughi’s most popular floral and jeweled embellishments, like her crystal lily earrings, the collection features seven patterns. “This has been such a passion project,” she says, “to be able to expand from thinking about what I wear to what I live in.” Samples are available locally in her Highland Park Village shop, with rolls available for purchase online. — Catherine Wendlandt
Local interior design firm Yates Desygn and Dallas-based wallcovering studio Ever Atelier have collaborated on a collection of 14 wallpapers that capture a modern take on Southern style. Comprised of three patterns presented in a variety of colorways, the collection incorporates handpainted, printed, and photoreal elements. “We played with different materials, patterns, and colors until the resulting papers were perfectly reflective of both our brands,” says Bryan Yates, principal at Yates Desygn. — Amethyst Barrett
A Step in the Right Direction
1322 Slocum St. 214-828-0624.
In 1989, when Nick Brock debuted his eponymous antiques shop on Henderson, he only had other stores for neighbors. But once a drove of restaurants and bars opened nearby, parking became quite difficult, he says. In January, he moved his now rebranded Nick Brock & Company to a 12,000-square-foot Design District location, across from Sputnik Modern. Airy and open, the larger space allows shoppers to better take in his wide-ranging inventory. Bonus: There’s plenty of parking. “I’m down where I need to be,” Brock says. — CW
Life in Color
2923 N Henderson Ave. 469-458-3385.
After years of inquiries, Dallas designer Caitlin Wilson has released a 10-shade wall and trim paint collection, in collaboration with Louisiana-based Jolie Home. “We painstakingly blended and worked through this,” says Wilson. True to her aesthetic, the collection is pastel heavy, with lots of pinks and blues—her brand’s signature colors. But Wilson also included other hues, like greens and purples. “It’s been really fun to get outside of my typical shades,” she says, adding that she’s begun using more greens in her own home. Samples and gallons are available to purchase online or in-store. — CW
In with the Old
150 Howell St. 214-741-2414.
Largely known these days for offbeat new and bespoke home decor, Scout Design Studio got its start sourcing vintage pieces. Returning to those roots, Scout—following a swanky remodel of its original Design District showroom—has opened a 6,500-square-foot shop across the street called Vintage Scout, dedicated to housing its eclectic second-hand collection. Expect the same services and twice-monthly new deliveries at the new location. — CW